discounted

[ verb dis-kount, dis-kount; noun, adjective dis-kount ]SEE DEFINITION OF discounted
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCOUNTED

He tried to tell himself that he had always expected and discounted this.

On his flank the help which Ulick might give was discounted by the move Cammock had made.

As I have not got any letters of credit I cannot pay you unless the bill is discounted.

"It didn't amount to anything," Morgan discounted, wondering how she had heard of it.

Tessibel's foresight had discounted the effect of this announcement.

Its interest was discounted by the responsibility imposed upon him.

But to enable us to do so, you must first let us know the name of the party who discounted them.

The tales of adventurous explorers, as usual, were discounted.

Old Hastings was just that sort of person; he discounted himself.

He would ascertain in what bank that bill of his had been discounted.

WORD ORIGIN

1620s, "abatement," alteration of 16c. French descompte, from Medieval Latin discomputus (source of Italian disconto), from discomputare (see discount (v.)). Meaning "deduction for early payment" is from 1680s; meaning "reduction in the price of goods" attested by 1837.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISCOUNTED

underrepresented

adjectiveinadequately represented
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